Ahsan Khan is a British born Pakistani film and television actor, producer, host, and performer. He was born on 9th October 1981 in London, United Kingdom. He is 39 years old.
Ahsan Khan was born into a family of five siblings; an elder brother, two elder sisters, and a twin brother, Yasir Khan. He’s the only one to have gone into acting when his family shifted back to Lahore. According to Ahsan Khan, his father is half- Pashtun, and his mother is Punjabi.
He recehis early education from a local school in London. He earned a Master’s degree in English literature at Government College University, Lahore.
Ahsan Khan is married toFatima Khan. She used to be his neighbor and they were family friends. Ahsan and Fatima Khan have 3 childern. He has 1 daughter named Sukaina and 2 sons, one of them is named Akbar
He started working at the age of 17. He began acting in 1998. He appeared in the films Nikah, Billi, Ghar Kab Aao Gay, Sultanat, Ishq Khuda, Dil Mera Dharkan Teri, and later moved on to television.
He hosted a quiz show Hayya Allal Falah on Hum TV in 2011, during Ramadan. Ahsan Khan is also hosting 2020’s Ramadan transmission which is airing on PRV HOME named Ramazan Pakistan. He received acclaim for his role in the 2016 drama Udaari.
Since 2016 he has also turned to production, with the socially relevant series Dukh Sukh, being “tired of the same old ‘saas bahu’ dramas”, and as of 2018, has produced more than twenty works for television.
In 2017, he starred in the romantic-comedy film Chupan Chupai opposite Neelum Muneer. The film was a commercial success. His performance in the film earned him a nomination for Lux Style Award for Best Film Actor.
Khan was appointed as a CLF Goodwill Ambassador by the Children’s Literature Festival on 30 July 2019.
In 2019, he played a pivotal role in the acclaimed television series Alif. That same year, he played the eponymous character in the comedy series Shahrukh ki Saaliyan, opposite Ramsha Khan.
In 2020, he starred opposite Ushna Shah in the romantic television series Bandhay Aik Dor Say.
Ahsan Khan is Pakistan’s most famous, young and talented actor. He has acted in a lot of dramas so far. Here’s a list of some of his dramas
Zindagi – PTV Drama
Saat Sur Rishtoon Ke – PTV Drama
Chingaarian – PTV Drama
Duniya Daari – PTV Drama
Sharbati – PTV Drama
Gharoor – PTV Drama
Din Dhale – PTV Drama
Tapish – PTV Drama
Kagaz Kay Phool – PTV Drama
Shaam Dhale – Geo TV Drama
Dil Hai ke Diya Hai – Geo TV Drama
Kaghaz Kay Phool – PTV Drama
Mutthi Bhar Aasman – ARY Digital Drama
Taqdeer – Drama (2004)
Ana – Drama (2005)
Safaid Posh – Drama (2005)
Mehndi Waale Haath – Drama (2005)
Chashmaan – Drama (2006)
Banjar – Drama (2006)
Barson Baad – Drama (2006)
Saiqa – Drama (2009)
Koonj – Drama (2009)
Kaahe ko Biyahe Badais – Drama (2009)
Dil Dard Dhuwaan – Drama (2009)
Vasl – Drama (2010)
Dastaan – Drama (2010)
Parsa – Drama (2010)
Pani Jaisa Piyar – Drama (2011)
Tera Pyar Nahi Bhoole – Drama (2011)
Takkay ki Ayegi Baraat – Drama (2011)
Love, Life aur Lahore – Drama (2011)
Ik Yaad Hai – Drama (2011)
Neeyat – Drama (2011)
Main Chand Si – Drama (2011)
Omar Dadi aur Gharwalay – Drama (2011)
Mere Qatil Mere Dildar – Drama (2012)
Bilqees Kaur – Drama (2012)
Meri Ladli – Drama (2012)
Mahi Aye Ga – Drama (2012)
Na Kaho Tum Mere Nahi – Drama (2013)
Heer Ranjha – Drama (2013)
Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu – Drama (2013)
Annie Ki Ayegi Baraat – Drama (2013)
Mirat Ul Uroos – Drama (2013)
Khoya Khoya Chand – Drama (2013)
Gohar-e-Nayab – Drama (2013)
Emaan – Drama (2013)
Mujhe Khuda Pe Yaqeen Hai – Drama (2013)
Meri Zindagi Hai Tu – Drama (2013)
Kabhi Kabhi – Drama (2013)
Qudrat – Drama (2014)
Mausam – Drama (2014)
Marasim – Drama (2014)
Zid – Drama (2014)
Mere Dard Ki Tujhe Kya Khabar – Drama (2015)
Kaise Hoye Benaam – Drama (2015)
Tumhare Siwa – Drama (2015)
Chupkay Say Bahar Ajaay – Drama (2015)
Preet Na Kariyo Koi – Drama (2015)
Udaari – Drama (2016)
Saya-e-Dewar Bhi Nahi – Drama (2016)
Kaisi Khushi Laya Chand – Drama (2016)
Maslehat – Drama (2016)
Haasil – Drama (2016)
Ghunghat – Pakistani Feature Film (1996)
Nikah – Pakistani Feature Film (1998)
Billi – Pakistani Feature Film (2000)
Ghar Kab Aao Gay – Pakistani Feature Film (2000)
Ishq Khuda – Pakistani Feature Film (2013)
Dil Mera Dhadkan Teri – Pakistani Feature Film (2013)
Sultanat – Pakistani Feature Film (2014)
He won the “HUM AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR” in 2015 for Mausam. In 2017 he won the “HUM AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR” for Udaari. He also won “HUM AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR IN A NEGATIVE ROLE” for Udaari in 2017.
He was also nominated in “ARY FILM AWARDS” for the Best Actor award for Ishq Khuda in 2014. In 2018 he was nominated for “LUX STYLE AWARDS” Best actor for Chupan Chupai.